Private L. F. WILLIAMS. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 68 words
WHERE AUSTRALIANS ARE BURIED. Mele[?] Regis Burial Ground, at Weymouth. England, where Australians who have died in hospital there are interred. A compete 1st of the men up to July 7 last is published on another page. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 40 words
Mrs. M. Hall, of Southwark, and her three soldier sons, Privates H. J. W., and D. Hail. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 22 words
A MONUMENT OF AUSTRALIA'S RISE TO NAVAL FAME. A recent picture of the battered cruiser Emden, taken when the salving operations wore a most completed. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 32 words
WOMEN SOLDIERS OF RUSSIA. Russian women have played no inconspicuous part in the fighting on the eastern front. These are members of the famous "Battalion of Death," who are said to carry poison to kill themselves in the event of capture. 1. Receiving their service caps. 2. Madam Botzhkaley, Commander and ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 93 words
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